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Tax rates in, and up in Concord area

Three of the 10 highest property tax rates in the state for 2014 are in Greater Concord. Two of three – Penacook and Hopkinton – border Concord. Residents in the …

Couple say insulation made them sick gave cat lung cancer

LACONIA — A Gilford couple has filed a lawsuit against a Texas company that makes spray polyure-thane foam insulation, claiming the product has caused them to suffer a variety of health woes and...

Economist: Housing market flouting historical expectations with delayed recovery

A bunch of jagged lines on a chart crashing down and then generally crawling back up, it shows the employment rate in New Hampshire, New England and

New owners of Claremont plan to put speedway back on track

Early this week, Claremont Speedway LLC bought the landmark racetrack for $518,000 from Dennis Fleury, whose father opened it in the 1940s. The purchase includes 64 acres, a one-third-mile paved oval...

Speedway in Claremont bought for nearly $519,000

The four partners who make up Claremont Speedway LLC bought the track this week from Dennis Fleury, whose father originally opened the track. The purchase includes 64 acres. The new owners plan to...

NH home makes list of top 10 most expensive on U.S. real estate market

This Longview, N.H., property has views down the length of Lake Winnipesaukee. The property is a bundled deal of two homes for $49 million or potential homeowners can purchase the properties...

Windham officials look to cash in on 21 properties seized for taxes 20 years ago

Selectman Al Letizio Jr. said revenue was not a consideration in selling the land, but the board was motivated to stay atop of their responsibilities. Over the last several decades, the town has...

Portsmouth residents buck government nannies trying to stop them renting rooms in their homes online

PORTSMOUTH — The owners of two city homes are appealing cease-and-desist notices they received saying they are barred from renting their properties on a short-term basis through online sites...

NHSUPCO says impact fee refunds go to property owners not developers

For the foregoing reasons, we agree with the trial court’s interpretation of 'refund' as it is used in RSA 674:21, V(e), and conclude that the Town was within its authority to enact an ordinance...

Fannie, Freddie ease first-time buyer rules

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac on Monday unveiled new rules that will allow some people to buy a home with a 3 percent down payment, compared with the current minimum of 5 percent.

Life and Leisure

Do your homework before adopting a family pet

Thinking of adding a four-footed friend to the family this Christmas?
Do your homework.

50 years later, burgers and french fries still making McMemories

In 1964, Arthur Deleault was one of the burger makers at the South Willow Street McDonald's. Back in the day, when the then-Manchester High School West student wasn't manning the grill flipping...

Benjamin Loll

2 from NH complete Air Force training

U.S. Air National Guard Airmen 1st Class Jake M. Bumbaca and Benjamin T. Loll graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Elves, puppies and children

In a new effort this year, members of New Hampshire SPCA will dress up as elves and deliver newly adopted pets to families in Stratham.

Fireworks, Open Houses at Hampton Beach for New Year's Eve

Ring in the New Year with your family at the beach on Wednesday, December 31, 2014. Don't miss the spectacular fireworks over the sandy beach and the dark, vast Atlantic Ocean. Let the magnificent...

An employee of Utah-based Ice Castles LLC worked Monday afternoon on the ice castle under construction on the grounds of the Hobo & Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroads in Lincoln. The ice castle is about a week behind schedule due to warm temperatures during both the day and night, and most recently, rain, which fell in abundance in Lincoln and throughout the North Country this week.

Warm temps and rain delaying construction and opening of Lincoln ice castle

Warm temperatures and rain are delaying the construction and opening of the ice castle that is being built on the grounds of the Hobo & Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroads.

Balsams project moves forward with filing of river water-use permit for snowmaking

The rebirth of the Balsams Grand Resort Hotel moved forward this week with the developer applying to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services for permission to pull water from the...

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Home & Garden

The Villa Augustina School has stood empty since it closed in June.

Goffstown School Board abandons plans to buy, renovate Villa Augustina


Following a tour of the Villa Augustina School on Mast Road on Saturday, the Goffstown School Board has decided to not pursue purchasing and renovating the former Catholic school to address growing...

The Villa Augustina School has stood empty since it closed in June.

Goffstown School Board tours Villa Augustina School as purchase explored


Members of the Goffstown School Board, School Administrative Unit 19 Superintendent Brian Balke, and town residents toured the closed Villa Augustina School property on Saturday, hoping to get a...

Stayci Fast of Ivy Home & Garden in Windham make a kitchen island holiday display that includes flowering bulbs and spices at a home in Windham.

Professional designers talk about high-end trends in holiday decor


Professional decorators share a glimpse of this year's high-end holiday trends

School district moves ahead on appraisal of Villa Augustina property


The Goffstown School Board continued discussions on Monday night about the possibility of purchasing the former Villa Augustina School campus to address growing space needs in the district.

Fall color in Yellowstone National Park.

Nature photography a shared passion for Nashua couple


A hobby became a passion and a career for the photographers Hudnall

The Planning Board recently OK'd a subdivision of the Rockingham Park property.

Planning board decision will clear path for sale of Rockingham Park parcel


A parcel on the north side of the 170-acre property is under agreement for a sale to local developer and restaurant owner Joseph Faro.

Portsmouth's 1763 Moffatt-Ladd House will be decked out for its first Celebration of Wreaths and Trees this weekend.

Portsmouth events put a period on decorating


Decorations help set the tone for most people's holiday experiences, which serves as the backdrop for two very unique and different events — one brand new, the other well into its fourth decade...

Susan Dromey Heeter's Down to Earth: From free events come great memories


While driving to school with my daughter, we spotted one of those ancient television sets on the side of the road — the kind that worked not only as an entertainment center in the '60s and '70s...

Some gardeners won't be welcome at Salem community farm


Overseeing Salem's community gardens at Hawkins Farm has come with its share of challenges over the past several years.

Salem zoning board says no to 2nd hearing for senior housing development on mausoleum property


There will be no second hearing on a variance that would allow a senior housing development to be built on the property of a Pond Street mausoleum.